The opened tabs will be organized into the workspace.
Microsoft has begun testing features in the Edge Developer Edition that are useful to many people, and in a few months, the open tabs will be organized into their own workspace. As a result, for example, if someone uses their own computer for work, they can create a workspace with personal web pages and a workspace with work-related tabs, thereby preventing browser tabs from falling between the two ways of use merge.
Open the workspace in a dedicated browser window. When you close the window, the tabs you just opened in the workspace will be saved. When you reopen the workspace, the tabs are reloaded, so you can continue working where you left off the workspace.
Work areas share each other’s Internet cookies, so, for example, if someone logs in to the Webmail system in it, they will still log in to another work area. This can be positive or negative, depending on the environment, no matter who has the latter, you can try to use a different user profile in the browser instead of the workspace, which is already possible in the current stable Edge achieve.
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